Screen Print | DTG | DTF | Embroidery

Screen Printing

Screen printing is a popular printing method for several reasons:

1. Versatility: Screen printing can be used on a wide range of materials, including textiles, paper, plastic, and metal.

2. Durability: Screen printing produces prints that are long-lasting and can withstand repeated washing and wear.

3. Vibrancy: Screen printing allows for vibrant and opaque prints, even on dark-colored materials.

DTG Printing

DTG (Direct-to-Garment) printing is a digital printing method that allows for high-quality, full-color printing directly onto textiles, such as t-shirts, hoodies, and other apparel. Unlike other printing methods, DTG printing does not require screens or stencils, making it a more flexible and efficient printing method.

DTF Printing

DTF (Direct-to-Film) printing is a relatively new printing method that combines aspects of both DTG and screen printing. In DTF printing, designs are printed onto a transparent film, which is then transferred onto the garment using a heat press.

The process begins with printing the design onto a special clear film using a DTF printer, which uses a combination of white and color inks to create the design. The film is then placed onto the garment, and a heat press is used to transfer the design onto the fabric.


Embroidery printing is a technique that involves stitching thread onto a fabric to create a design or pattern. Embroidery printing is often used for adding logos, designs, or text to a variety of garments or accessories, such as hats, shirts, jackets, bags, and more.



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